Saturday, August 7, 2010

Chinese Pork Chop Recipe

I love to have a good meal of pork chop once a while. The meat must be tender and juicy. Therefore it is best to use tenderloin to cook pork chop. The tenderloin is muscle used for posture and not movement, which explain why it is the tenderest part of the meat.

Ingredients
Pork Tenderloin, 500 gms, cut into thick slices
Lee and Perrine Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon
Corn Flour, 2 teaspoons
Thyme, 1 tablespoon (dried, 5 sprigs fresh)
Oregano, 1 teaspoon (dried, 3 sprigs fresh)
Pepper, to taste
Light Soya Sauce, 1 tablespoon
Salt to taste

Marinade the pork with all the ingredients for around half and hour. For best result, you can marinade it overnight. Heat up pan and put in a little vegetable oil. Fry the pork chop until they are cooked thoroughly. Remove and put aside. Use the remaining marinade to make the sauce. Pour it onto the pan and add some butter. Add a little water and bring to a boil. Thicken the sauce with corn flour and water mixture. Pour the sauce over the pork chop. Serve with boiled potatoes, lettuce and tomatoes.

11 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

I too love to enjoy good pork chops once in a while. Love the L&P sauce.

smallkucing said...

wei...why the meat photo looks so mall geh? u curi makan liao b4 u snap photo is it? kakakaka...cham liao..u making me gila babi again...must hunt for pork to eat

cleffairy said...

@smallkucing.... come, time to go gila babi at BH again.

reanaclaire said...

Pete, u r a small eater.. or is it for your kids? if give this to my son, he will ask me to put rice and more rice.. hahaha...

wenn said...

i love pork chop too!

[SK] said...

oooh very nice!! i love pork chop very much..

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Hey,

Give me some la bro?

suituapui said...

Porky...in any way, sure nice one! LOL!!!

foongpc said...

Wow! Pork chop! Nice! : )

xin said...

i went tesco few days ago also bought some hotdogs. then i saw the price of those pork chops! so ouch! so expensive lah the pork chops

Ayie said...

pork chop is always good even when simply deep fried

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